Vet´s Perspective

Jul 13, 2012
As the past few weeks have demonstrated, heat can really take its toll on us as well as our livestock. According to previous physiological studies, ambient temperatures at only 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit are capable of inducing heat stress in cattle.

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